International soprano and stunning performer, Laura Wright, will once again lead the England rugby team in the National Anthem at Twickenham on Saturday as part of the Six Nations Championship.

 

Laura, who also plays full back for Rosslyn Park, will once again captivate the nation leading the National Anthem prior to the game against France on Sunday afternoon. It is particularly apt for her to appear at international sporting events as she is also an extremely accomplished sportswoman herself.  Last year Laura not only completed the London Marathon but took time out during it to perform a song on Tower Bridge to publicise the fusion between music and sport.

 

Also having toured with Alfie Boe and Russell Watson, Laura was the first mezzo soprano to perform at the Olympic Stadium.  Her album Sound of Strength released last year, also followed a triumphant performance at the Invictus Games.  Laura has beocme one of the biggest selling classical artists in the UK.  The song Laura performed for HM The Queen, Stronger As One, at the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, was mentioned in her Commonwealth message and went on to enjoy a number one chart rating on Gary Barlow's Sing EP.

 

The beautiful soprano is also much in demand for exclusive corporate events - either solo, with pianist or adding musicians depending on the briefing.  Her Sound of Strength repertoire performed with DJ, electric cellist and violin is a particular contemporary favourite.